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Charlottetown, P.E.I.
C1A 2T3

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Police Conducting Roadside Checks During the Holidays

On December 18th, Charlottetown Police Services conducted roadside check stops as part of it's Christmas Holiday Road Safety Initiative. Police checked vehicles at three locations (Arterial Highway by the Upton Road, Wright's Bridge on the St Peters Road and the...

Plan Ahead – Don’t Drink and Drive (MADD PEI)

On Saturday December 5,2020 Charlottetown Police Services partnered with other emergency service providers to help MADD PEI chapters get the message out about the dangers of Impaired Driving. The Minister of Justice and Public safety and Attorney General, Bloyce...

Christmas Giving Campaign

Mayor of Charlottetown, Philip Brown, presents a donation in support of The Christmas Giving Campaign at Colonel Gray High School to Shelly Mann, Inclusive Education Coordinator and Campaign Chair.  The donation was made on behalf of the City of Charlottetown and the...

Food Drive Donation

Charlottetown Police Services were happy to donate $1000 to the Hot Holiday Food Drive on Saturday December 5th.   Donations will be used to support PEI Food Banks during the Holiday Season.  In the photo, Cst Rob MacGregor and Cst Steve Collins present the cheque to...

MADD Canada (PEI) – Social Media Campaign

The Charlottetown (and Eastern PEI) Chapter of MADD is working on a social media campaign and would like your help! Charlottetown Police have participated and submitted their photo submission.  School Liaison Officers, Cst Chantelle Costello and Cst Kristi MacKay...

Road Checks

Over the weekend Charlottetown Police Services performed rolling road checks at various points around the city. North River Rd- St. Peter’s Rd- Kent street. As a result over a dozen charges were laid for various highway traffic infractions. Charlottetown  Police...

Air Support Unit – Emergency Preparedness and Survey Assessment

The Charlottetown Police Services has been requested to capture aerial video footage of City's waterfront area in preparation for Hurricane Teddy's arrival. The CPS's newly formed Air Support Unit will deploy our Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) - FLIR...

Police Assist with Ensuring Participant Safety During March

Charlottetown Police Services assisted with traffic control during the "Take back the night march" held Thursday night.  Police vehicles led and trailed the participants.  A group of about 150 people marched through the streets of Charlottetown.  They started at the...

Bach to School – Keep Our Kids Safe

It’s that time of year again and the Charlottetown Police Service would  like to welcome all educational staff and students back for the 2020-2021 school year. With the start of the school year motorist are asked to be mindful and reduce speeds in school zones....

Supporting our Lebanese Community

Charlottetown Police attended the vigil at Victoria Park to show support and honour those killed in last week's devastating blast in Beirut. More than 250 people attended the event that was organized by the Canadian Lebanese Association of P.E.I. The vigil included...

Police Conducting Roadside Checks During the Holidays

On December 18th, Charlottetown Police Services conducted roadside check stops as part of it's Christmas Holiday Road Safety Initiative. Police checked vehicles at three locations (Arterial Highway by the Upton Road, Wright's Bridge on the St Peters Road and the...

Plan Ahead – Don’t Drink and Drive (MADD PEI)

On Saturday December 5,2020 Charlottetown Police Services partnered with other emergency service providers to help MADD PEI chapters get the message out about the dangers of Impaired Driving. The Minister of Justice and Public safety and Attorney General, Bloyce...

Christmas Giving Campaign

Mayor of Charlottetown, Philip Brown, presents a donation in support of The Christmas Giving Campaign at Colonel Gray High School to Shelly Mann, Inclusive Education Coordinator and Campaign Chair.  The donation was made on behalf of the City of Charlottetown and the...

Food Drive Donation

Charlottetown Police Services were happy to donate $1000 to the Hot Holiday Food Drive on Saturday December 5th.   Donations will be used to support PEI Food Banks during the Holiday Season.  In the photo, Cst Rob MacGregor and Cst Steve Collins present the cheque to...

MADD Canada (PEI) – Social Media Campaign

The Charlottetown (and Eastern PEI) Chapter of MADD is working on a social media campaign and would like your help! Charlottetown Police have participated and submitted their photo submission.  School Liaison Officers, Cst Chantelle Costello and Cst Kristi MacKay...

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Shoplifting – Charges Laid

File: 202194905 At 6:00 pm yesterday  (Jan 21), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint from a retail store reporting that a shoplifter had just left the store with a cart full of stolen merchandise.  Police attended and located the suspect in the...

Impaired Driving – Charges Laid

File: 202196818 While on routine patrol at 3:45 this morning, Officers noticed a vehicle that was driving erratically and pulled it over on North River Road.  The vehicle driver displayed signs of being impaired by alcohol and was arrested. A 24 year old Clyde River...

Hit and Run – Police Seek Public Assistance

File: 202275846 At approximately 4:20 pm on Sunday afternoon (Jan 17), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a report of vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of St Peters Road and Francis Lane.  While on scene at this collision, Police were told...

Assist to identify – *** Video ***

File: 202153814 Charlottetown Police Services are requesting the public's help in identifying the male depicted in the video. https://youtu.be/k9wsg0-TNyQ Anyone with information regarding the identity of this individual may contact police at 902-629-4172, complete...

Flight from Police – Charges Laid

File: 202189087 While on routine patrol yesterday afternoon, Officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on University Avenue.  The vehicle fled from Police through a business parking lot.   Police were able to keep sight of the vehicle which eventually got stuck in...

Fraud Alert

File: 202189032 Charlottetown Police Services would like to inform the public that there has been some reports of phone calls being made to Charlottetown businesses requesting donations for the Autism Society of PEI. This is a phone scam and residents and businesses...

Assist to Identify – *** Image ***

File: 202153814 Charlottetown Police Services are requesting the public's help in identifying the male depicted below. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this individual may contact police at 902-629-4172, complete the tip section below or contact PEI...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

Police Conducting Roadside Checks During the Holidays

On December 18th, Charlottetown Police Services conducted roadside check stops as part of it's Christmas Holiday Road Safety Initiative. Police checked vehicles at three locations (Arterial Highway by the Upton Road, Wright's Bridge on the St Peters Road and the...

Plan Ahead – Don’t Drink and Drive (MADD PEI)

On Saturday December 5,2020 Charlottetown Police Services partnered with other emergency service providers to help MADD PEI chapters get the message out about the dangers of Impaired Driving. The Minister of Justice and Public safety and Attorney General, Bloyce...

Christmas Giving Campaign

Mayor of Charlottetown, Philip Brown, presents a donation in support of The Christmas Giving Campaign at Colonel Gray High School to Shelly Mann, Inclusive Education Coordinator and Campaign Chair.  The donation was made on behalf of the City of Charlottetown and the...

Food Drive Donation

Charlottetown Police Services were happy to donate $1000 to the Hot Holiday Food Drive on Saturday December 5th.   Donations will be used to support PEI Food Banks during the Holiday Season.  In the photo, Cst Rob MacGregor and Cst Steve Collins present the cheque to...

MADD Canada (PEI) – Social Media Campaign

The Charlottetown (and Eastern PEI) Chapter of MADD is working on a social media campaign and would like your help! Charlottetown Police have participated and submitted their photo submission.  School Liaison Officers, Cst Chantelle Costello and Cst Kristi MacKay...

Road Checks

Over the weekend Charlottetown Police Services performed rolling road checks at various points around the city. North River Rd- St. Peter’s Rd- Kent street. As a result over a dozen charges were laid for various highway traffic infractions. Charlottetown  Police...

Air Support Unit – Emergency Preparedness and Survey Assessment

The Charlottetown Police Services has been requested to capture aerial video footage of City's waterfront area in preparation for Hurricane Teddy's arrival. The CPS's newly formed Air Support Unit will deploy our Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) - FLIR...

Police Assist with Ensuring Participant Safety During March

Charlottetown Police Services assisted with traffic control during the "Take back the night march" held Thursday night.  Police vehicles led and trailed the participants.  A group of about 150 people marched through the streets of Charlottetown.  They started at the...

Bach to School – Keep Our Kids Safe

It’s that time of year again and the Charlottetown Police Service would  like to welcome all educational staff and students back for the 2020-2021 school year. With the start of the school year motorist are asked to be mindful and reduce speeds in school zones....

Supporting our Lebanese Community

Charlottetown Police attended the vigil at Victoria Park to show support and honour those killed in last week's devastating blast in Beirut. More than 250 people attended the event that was organized by the Canadian Lebanese Association of P.E.I. The vigil included...

Shoplifting – Charges Laid

File: 202194905 At 6:00 pm yesterday  (Jan 21), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a complaint from a retail store reporting that a shoplifter had just left the store with a cart full of stolen merchandise.  Police attended and located the suspect in the...

Impaired Driving – Charges Laid

File: 202196818 While on routine patrol at 3:45 this morning, Officers noticed a vehicle that was driving erratically and pulled it over on North River Road.  The vehicle driver displayed signs of being impaired by alcohol and was arrested. A 24 year old Clyde River...

Hit and Run – Police Seek Public Assistance

File: 202275846 At approximately 4:20 pm on Sunday afternoon (Jan 17), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a report of vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of St Peters Road and Francis Lane.  While on scene at this collision, Police were told...

Residential Break and Enter – Charges Laid

File: 20201375931 At 12:30 pm on Saturday (Sept 18), Charlottetown Police Services responded to a call of suspicious activity at a residence on Westridge Crescent. Upon arrival, Police located 3 individuals in the process of removing items from the residence.  All...

Applicants wanted for our 2018 Citizens Police Academy

The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) involves a commitment of one evening per week from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (three hours) for 12 weeks. Week 12 is a graduation ceremony. A maximum of 20 participants will be enrolled per session. The Citizen Police Academy will take place in...

How do I…

Wanted